MEL GREWE, ARCHITECT

Sample Projects

Registered Architect: 
        State of California - C018447
        Commonwealth of Virginia - 9409
        District of Columbia - ARC102382
        State of Georgia - RA014230
        State of Tennessee - 105482
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) - 66850
LEED AP
EarthCraft
General Contractor, California -609490, 1989-1994

30+ YEARS EXPERIENCE
•Architecture •Sustainability •Construction Management •Building Analysis •Specifications •Team Management •Coordinate Disciplines •Needs Programming •Cost Estimate •CADD Documents • BIM •Space Planning •Quality Control •Construction Administration •Code Analysis •Schematic Design •Agency Review •Critical Path Schedule •DoD Force Protection •Contract Documents •Permits •Inspections •DoS Homeland Defense •Department of Energy

PROJECT TYPE EXPERIENCE
•Hospitality •Design-Build •Multiple Family Housing •Commercial •Government •Elderly Care •Single Family Housing •Laboratory Facilities •Schools •Tenant Space •Mixed Use •Industrial •Churches •Building Rehab •Bio-safety Labs •Sustainability

The role of the Architect is to understand the needs of the client, and to navigate that vision into the constructed world. This requires an understanding in the arts, trades, engineering, humanities, law, materials, sciences, politics, and finance. The goal is to construct an environment that resonates greatly within all who visit; and deliver on time and within budget.

The word "architecture" comes from the Latin, "architectura" and ultimately from Greek,"arkitekton", αρχιτεκτων, an architect, or more precisely "master builder", from the combination of αρχι a "chief" or "leader" and τεκτων, a "builder" or "carpenter."